Mindfully Healthy Kids Culinary Day Camp II | August 25-26, 2016

Mindfully Healthy Kids Summer Culinary Day Camp II
Date: Thursday August 25 through Friday August 26, 2016
Time: 9-2 PM
Location: 540 West Main Street | Rochester, NY 14608
Tickets: Purchase online through Eventbrite.
Contact: Calvin Eaton at asktheglutenfreechef@gmail.com or 585-732- 0002

Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mindfully-healthy-summer- culinary-day-camp-tickets-22477495795?aff=es2

I am thrilled to host the second session of my one of a kind summer day camp for students aged 8-15 years old. The camp will focus on educating the whole person through mini workshops, demonstrations, and exercises that engage the mind and the body. These will include sessions in yoga, mindful meditation, essential oils, zumba, yoga, and gluten free cooking and baking.

Our July sessions were an amazing success and we are looking forward to an even better experience for this second block of sessions starting Thursday August 25. The August sessions  will be co-led by an amazing panel of Rochester women in Wellness:

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 Jessica Kouzan, Nutrition Educator| Cornell Cooperative

 

Jessica is a Rochester native and has been with Cornell Cooperative as a full-time employee for about a year and a half. She started as an intern in 2014 right after graduating from SUNY Potsdam with a Community Health Major. She enjoys connecting with the community and teaching others how to be well through nutrition.  

 Jamie Lam, Eat Smart New York Nutrition Educator | Foodlink NY

 

Jamie Lam is an Eat Smart New York community nutrition educator based at Foodlink in Rochester, NY. She is a first generation Vietnamese-American with a B.S in Nutrition Science from the University of California, Davis.

 

 Shannon Richmond, Associate Director M.K Ghandi Institute | Rochester, NY

Shannon holds a B.A. in Sociology, Criminal Justice Studies, and Violence Studies from Alfred University. Studying the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Durban, South Africa sparked her interest in Restorative Justice and led her to the Gandhi Institute. Since 2007, Shannon has facilitated Alternatives to Violence Project workshops in prisons and the community. She is also trained in Nonviolent Communication, Kingian Nonviolence, Peace Circles, Community Conferencing, Restorative Circles, and the Work That Reconnects. In the in-between moments, she enjoys paradoxes and dancing in the kitchen.

 
 

 

540WMain is a community event and education center vested in up-building, uplifting, and improving the National Register Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood,its residents, and Greater Rochester.The center presents a unique opportunity for those living in the Susan B. Anthony district and Greater Rochester.

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